From President Barack Obama to jazz master Ellis Marsalis, Olympic gold medalist Diane Dixon to Academy Award winner Mo’Nique, Pulitzer Prize winner Maya Angelou to world heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield.
These—and more—are the African American figures BlogTalkRadio has been honoring throughout the month with encore presentations of their most compelling interviews.
And soon we’ll be capping off our 28 Days of Black History Makers series with a two-hour special event, presented by AT&T.
Hosted by Janice Malone and Darryl Williams, Day 28: Go Tell It Live gets under way Monday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. ET.
During the live show, we’ll feature archival interviews with Americans who’ve left an indelible mark on our nation in the areas of music, sports, civil rights and comedy, including:
Plus, highlights from our 28 Days series, including chats with:
—Sugar Ray Leonard
And, a look back at African American milestones in scholarship, government, literature, science, sports, film and television.
And, of course, our hosts will be taking calls from across the nation.
So be sure to Go Tell It Live!